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Mediterranean

Visit gems like Monte Carlo, Ajaccio, Toulon and Marseille in France or Palma de Mallorca and Málaga in Spain, all from our homeport in Barcelona. On itineraries typically sailed by superyachts, Sailors will explore Tuscany or visit Olbia and Cagliari in Italy’s Sardinian island. Whatever your cruise destination of choice, all itineraries stay longer in port for extended exploration time and spend a magical night in Ibiza. Think twilight hours that seem to stretch for days.

Return to that European town you’ve always loved, or take a chance on a hillside beach village. That dream you've had to spend Summer days and nights sailing the Mediterranean? This is that dream coming true.

  • Barcelona

    With a home port only steps from Barcelona’s diverse neighborhoods and the famed urban beach of La Barceloneta, Sailors will uncover hidden secrets from local market cooking classes to modern and historic art in this vibrant seaside, architecturally stunning European city.

  • Ibiza

    Arrive at golden hour for a catamaran sunset sail before jetting to one of Ibiza’s famed night clubs. For those more into delicious than dancing, try an olive oil or local winery eco-tour, carve out a secluded spa day complete with a mind-balancing yoga class, or just let the old city guide you.

  • Ajaccio

    This French commune of the island of Corsica’s capital is filled with soaring mountains. Explore panoramic hiking trails, traverse Richiusa Canyon, try cafes in the historic center, or visit the home turned museum where Napoleon Bonaparte was born in 1769. Natural or crafted, art is everywhere.

  • Cagliari

    Among the most pristine beaches to be found in Europe, Cagliari is well known for its Hilltop Castello, a medieval walled quarter situated high over the rest of the town. Sailors can discover shipwrecks off the coast or stop by a local shepherd’s home for a farm-to-table meal in the countryside. 

  • Gibraltar

    This British territory on the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula may be small, but packs a strong global punch. Inspect the intricate caves of it towering limestone mass, the Rock, view the wonder via helicopter or stay land-bound for cafes, shopping and people-watching in town.

  • Malaga

    Uncover centuries of history in one of the oldest cities in Europe and among the oldest continuously inhabited in the world. Sailors can venture off to visit Alhambra, a beautiful old-world palace, or just spend the day reveling in the small town charm.

  • Marseille

    One look at this southern port town and it’s clear why Van Gogh was inspired to paint here. Go from France’s second-largest city, to scenic and historical countryside in minutes. Medieval villages feel frozen in time as do the Starry Nights (actually frozen in Van Gogh’s painting of that name).

  • Monte Carlo

    Located in Monaco, you’ll glamorously overnight in this town of abundant opulence. Gaze at superyachts lining the coast, eye supercars filling the roadways or visit the beyond-chic hotels and shops. By day, explore the unspoiled villages of Côte d'Azur. By night, let your imagination lead you.

  • Olbia

    Get access to private beach clubs, some only accessible by private yacht, while visiting this town known for views upon views of Costa Smeralda. Sailors can relax and detox after Monte Carlo (and before Ibiza) in this wine bar and piazza-filled refreshingly authentic taste of Italy.

  • Palma de Mallorca

    This capital city of the island of Mallorca is the perfect dose of countryside serenity you might expect from a secluded Balearic island. Bike through picturesque villages, enjoy art in Valldemossa or stop off at a family-owned winery with a history so rich, you can taste it with each sip.

  • Toulon

    A gateway to charming towns in Provence, access both coastline and countryside in France’s second largest naval port. Originally a fishermen’s village, its coveted Mourillon quarter still boasts original architecture with a daily market, chic little boutiques and seaside restaurants. Bon appetit!

  • Marina di Carrara

    With a backdrop of white-marked mountains covered in what appears to be snow, Marina di Carrara is actually blanketed with some of the world's purest marble – a geographically rare site. On the border of Tuscany and Liguria, get access to Lucca, Pisa, Portofino and the breathtaking Cinque Terre.

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    Showing itineraries for: All Mediterranean
    Mediterranean Ports

    French Daze & Ibiza Night

    • Barcelona
    • Marseille
    • Monte Carlo
    • Olbia
    • Ibiza

    Spanish Obsession

    • Barcelona
    • Palma de Mallorca
    • Gibraltar
    • Malaga
    • Ibiza
    • Barcelona

    Spanish Obsession

    • Barcelona
    • Palma de Mallorca
    • Malaga
    • Gibraltar
    • Ibiza
    • Barcelona

    The Irresistible Med

    • Barcelona
    • Toulon
    • Marina di Carrara
    • Ajaccio
    • Cagliari
    • Ibiza
    • Barcelona

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